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Eagle River is located in Wisconsin's famous Northwoods area.
This is prime vacation territory. In fact, Eagle River is at the
center of the world's largest concentration of freshwater inland
lakes. We are located in Vilas County, which has 1,318 lakes
within its boundaries. The Eagle River Chain of 28 lakes is the
world's largest chain of connected lakes.
The PMTT tournament will be held on what is known as the LOWER
CHAIN. The Lower Chain consists of the following ten (10) lakes:
Cranberry, Catfish, Voyageur, Eagle, Scattering Rice, Otter, Lynx,
Duck, Yellow Birch and Watersmeet. The Lower Chain has nearly 70
miles of shoreline. The channels connecting the lakes are posted as
"No Wake" zones. These "No Wake" zones are strictly enforced and
violators will be fined.
Eagle River Inn and Resort, 5260 Hwy 70 W, Eagle River, WI 54521
877-479-2061 or 715-479-2000
Friday Registration: 5pm to 7pm
Friday Rules Meeting: 7pm
Saturday Get Together: 6pm
Sunday Awards Ceremony: 3pm
For further information and help with lodging
or any other needs, anglers can contact the Eagle River Area
Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Center at 800-359-6315.
TAKE OFF AND RETURN LOCATION:
Eagle Waters resort on Eagle Lake.
Saturday Tournament Hours: 7am to 4pm
Sunday Tournament Hours: 7am to 1pm
WATERS OPEN/OFF LIMIT DURING THE TOURNAMENT:
Open: Watersmeet, Yellow Birch, Duck, Lynx, Otter, Eagle,
Voyageur, Scattering Rice, Catfish and Cranberry Lakes and the
water ways that connect these lakes are open.
Off Limits: Rivers entering and exiting Watersmeet Lake,
except the river connecting Watersmeet to Yellow Birch are off
limits. All other creeks and rivers are off limits at the point
where they enter or exit the open tourney waters.
Inn & Resort
5260 Highway 70 West
Eagle River, Wisconsin 54521
Toll Free: 1-866-479-2061
or Contact the Eagle River Chamber at 800-359-6315
*By law, there is also NO MOTOR TROLLING on this chain of
for PMTT Tournament Entry Form